Speaking to Dunya News Imran Zafar said that Shoiab and Sanai have reached Mumbai and would arrive in Karachi at 3:30 PM (PST). He added that the couple would then travel to Lahore from there they would go to Sialkot.
Imran said that all the preparations for the reception newly-wed couple have been completed.
Earlier during the day a city court in India has directed the Banjara Hills Police to register a case against the duo and 12 others for allegedly hurting the sentiments of Muslims.
Based on a private complaint lodged by a city-based Muslim organisation, the III Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate referred the matter to SHO, Banjara Hills Police, for investigation and report on the same before it by May 26.
The complainant, Moullim Mohsin Bin Hussain Al-Kasary, who is founder president of Mazlumeen-e-Ummatay Mohammediya organisation, on Tuesday approached the court and named the Pakistani cricketer his wife tennis player Sania Mirza, Shoaib’s divorced wife Ayesha Siddiqui, Sania’s father Imran Mirza, former Indian cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin, two Qazis among others for allegedly dishonestly playing with Muslim sentiments.
“Initially Shoaib said he never married Ayesha, but later divorced her. There is no official divorce, but the 14 accused declared that divorce proceedings are over and got the public, particularly Muslims, confused and insulted their religious feelings,” Al-Kasary alleged.
Two Qazis, appointed by the government misused their official position and got registered divorce (between Shoaib and Ayesha) and also played with the belief of Muslims even as the documents carried two different names for Shoaib’s father, he claimed.
The complainant alleged Shoaib Malik and 13 others by way of their false representation played with religious beliefs and maliciously outraged the religious feelings of Muslims as such their acts are illegal and constitute an offence under section 295 (A) (Deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings or any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) of IPC.